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Title: State Annual Programme Implementation Plans (APIP) 2012-13 Kerala


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State Annual Programme Implementation Plans
(APIP) 2012-13Kerala
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Kerala - Population - 2011
Census state population Male Female Total
Census state population 16021290 17366387 33387677
Child population (0-6years) Male Female Total
Child population (0-6years) 1695935 1626312 3322247
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Literacy and Education
  • Literacy
  • State average 93.91
  • Male 96.02, Female 91.98
  • Education
  • Number of schools 14479
  • No. of students 45,39,033
  • School dropouts 23,984

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State Nutrition Policy
  • Framed the State Nutrition Policy in
    collaboration with line departments Govt
    approval awaited
  • State Plan of Action for Children (SPAC), 2004
  • Spelt out strategies and monitoring indicators to
    improve nutrition status of children
  • Children 0 to 6 years
  • AGs, PLMs
  • Marginalized groups coastal tribal areas,
    neglected/street children

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Care for Children
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ICDS
  • Number of Districts - 14
  • ┬áNumber of ICDS - 258
  • ┬áNumber of Anganwadi Centres - 33115

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Intersectoral Convergence
  • Health Department
  • Education Department
  • Agricultural Department
  • Rural Development Department
  • LSGD
  • PWD, KWA
  • Fisheries Department
  • Public Relations Department
  • District Sanitation Mission
  • Food and Nutrition Board

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Nutrition and Health Status of Women and Children
S.No Indicators NFHS 3 () DLHS 3 ()
1 Maternal and Child Health Mothers who had at least 3 antenatal care visits for their last births () 93.9 95.3
2 Mothers who consume IFA for 90 days 77.3 74.3
3 Child immunization and vit.A Supplementation Children 12-23 months fully immunized BCG, DPT, Polio, Measles () 75.3 79.6
4 Children 12 23 months who have received BCG() 96.3 99.1
5 Children 12 23 months who have received DPT () 84.0 87.1
6 Children 12 23 months who have received 3 doses of polio vaccine () 83.1 86.6
7 Children 12 23 months who have received measles vaccine () 82.1 87.9
8 Children 12 23 months who have received Vit.A doses 64.4 64.1
9 Feeding Practices and nutritional Status of children Children under 3 years breastfed within 1 hour birth() 55.4 64
10 Children 0 5 months exclusively breast fed () 56.2 69.1
11 Children 6 9 months receiving solid or semi solid food and breast milk () 93.6 84.5
12 Children under 3 years of age who are under weight 21.2 -
13 Anaemia among children adults Children 6-35 months who are anaemic () 56.1 -
14 Pregnant women aged 15 49 who are anaemic () 33.5 -
15 Infant Mortality Rate (IMR) 15 12
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Year wise sanction of ICDS Projects
Year No. of ICDS projects
1975 1
1980 10
1985 59
1990 86
1995 120
2000 163
2010 258
2012 258
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Type of Projects
Number of Rural projects 231
Number of Urban projects 26
Number of Tribal projects 1
Total number of projects 258
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Number of Anganwadi Centres
Before 1st phase ICDS expansion 25393
AWCs sanctioned during 1st phase expansion 3258
AWCs sanctioned in 2nd phase expansion 3464
AWCs sanctioned in 3rd phase expansion 1000 ( 871 Full AWC 129 Mini AWC)
Total No. of AWCs 33115 (32896 full AWC 129 mini AWCs)
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Community Participation and Involvement of PRIs
  • Recruitment of AWWs/AWHs
  • Supplementary food distribution,
  • Regularity of opening of AWCs
  • Observance of VHNDs
  • Immunization
  • Construction of AWCs
  • Mobilization of community support to AWC,
  • Awareness generation on health and nutrition
    issues, etc.

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Type of Anganwadi Building
Sl. No District Own Rent Pacca Kaccha Water Supply Child Friendly Toilet Smokeless Chulla Renewable Source Rent Free Building
1 Thruvananthapuram 1397 1563 1426 43 1921 438 328 1114 101
2 Kollam 1433 1232 1432 38 1008 345 134 219 58
3 Alappuzha 893 1192 1449 24 801 367 399 191 64
4 Pathanamthitta 646 651 0 98 687 102 1 0 92
5 6 Kottayam 1062 862 1984 65 1333 821 0 0 125
6 Ernakulam 1518 1124 2730 128 1803 271 14 01 216
7 Idukki 1140 290 1477 70 658 26 1211 0 117
8 Thrissur 1994 856 1947 142 1285 218 301 0 166
9 Malappuram 2204 1498 0 0 862 0 0 0 103
10 Palakkad 2070 693 0 0 1426 285 0 0 69
11 Kozhikode 1821 906 0 320 684 914 0 0 209
12 Wayanad 748 126 0 0 821 23 0 0 283
13 Kannur 1596 616 0 0 544 1101 501 256 287
14 Kasargod 999 349 1139 0 436 720 529 86 0
Total 19521 11958 13584 928 14269 5631 3418 1867 1890
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Coverage of SNP Beneficiaries
Year No. of beneficiaries No. of beneficiaries
Year 0-6years PW LM
2006-07 9,59,868 1,67,386
2007-08 11,91,939 2,17,779
2008-09 11,67,183 2,27,564
2009-10 11,02,073 2,50,205
2010-11 10,46,677 2,10,281
2011-12 8,85,789 1,95,927
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Year wise PSE Beneficiaries
Year No. of beneficiaries
2006-07 5,23,328
2007-08 5,66,415
2008-09 5,44,979
2009-10 5,31,096
2010-11 5,14,040
2011-12 4,51,171
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The State level organizational structure of an
ICDS Project
Sl.No. Name post/ Functionaries No. of posts No. of posts
Sl.No. Name post/ Functionaries Sanctioned In position
1. Addl.Director 1 0
2. Joint Project Co-ordinator 2 1
3. Asst.Director 1 1
4. Programme Officer 2 2
5. Account officer 1 1
6. Senior Supt. 1 1
7. Junior Supt. 2 2
8. Junior Statitical Inspector 2 2
9. Clerk 14 12
10. Typist 2 2
11. Head Accountant 5 3
12. Confdl. Assistant 1 1
13. Head Clerk 1 1
14. Driver 6 1
15. Peon 5 2
Total 46 32
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District Level Functionaries for ICDS Programme
SI.No. Name post/Functionaries No. of posts No. of posts
SI.No. Name post/Functionaries Sanctioned In position
1. Programme Officer 14 14
2. Jr.Statistical Inspector 14 14
3. Jr. Superintendent 2 2
4. Head Accountant 4 3
5. Clerk 18 16
6. Typist 14 14
7. Driver 14 14
8. Peon 14 14
Total 94 91
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Anganwadi Pension Scheme
  • Pension amount
  • - Rs 500/- per month per Worker
  • - Rs 300/- per month per Helper
  • Being disbursed to their bank accounts
  • Through E- Transfer - State Bank of Travancore
  • Total Pensioners 6000

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Other Initiatives
  • Anganwadi Workers and Helpers Welfare fund
  • - Medical assistance,Housing/Educational/Mar
    riage loan,Educational Award, Death Compensation
  • Advisory Committees for Welfare fund
  • Monitoring Committees fir ICDS at State,
    District, Ward,Panchayat/Municipal level
  • Anganwadi Welfare Committee headed by ward member

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ADOLESCENTS
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Budget Estimate for the Salary of the State
Functionaries
Sl.No. Name post/Functionaries No. of posts No. of posts Time linefor filling upvacancies Salaryhonorariumper month Estimated budgetary requirement for the FY
Sl.No. Name post/Functionaries Sanctioned In position Time linefor filling upvacancies Salaryhonorariumper month Estimated budgetary requirement for the FY
1. Addl.Director 1 1 Aug 2012 75685 908220
2. Joint Project Co-ordinator 2 1 Aug 2012 88720 1064640
3. Asst.Director 1 1 Aug 2012 47569 570828
4. Programme Officer 2 2 Aug 2012 105255 1263060
5. Account officer 1 1 Aug 2012 40126 481512
6. Senior Supt. 1 1 Aug 2012 40635 487620
7. Junior Supt. 2 2 Aug 2012 84729 1016748
8. Junior Statitical Inspector 2 2 Aug 2012 57489 489868
9. Clerk 14 14 Aug 2012 497571 5970852
10. Typist 2 2 Aug 2012 79633 955596
11. Head Accountant 5 5 Aug 2012 196631 2359572
12. Confdl. Assistant 1 1 Aug 2012 32016 384192
13. Head Clerk 1 1 Aug 2012 36369 436428
14. Driver 6 6 Aug 2012 217031 2604372
15. Peon 5 5 Aug 2012 113660 1363920
Total 46 45 1713119 20557428
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Budget Estimate - District Level
SI.No. Name post/Functionaries No. of posts No. of posts Time linefor fillingupvacancies Salary honorariumper month Estimated budgetary requirement for the FY
SI.No. Name post/Functionaries Sanctioned In position Time linefor fillingupvacancies Salary honorariumper month Estimated budgetary requirement for the FY
1. Programme Officer 14 14 8/2012 738150 8857800
2. Jr.Statistical Inspector 14 14 8/2012 334915 4018980
3. Jr. Superintendent 2 2 8/2012 60000 720000
4. Head Accountant 4 3 8/2012 96825 1161900
5. Clerk 18 16 8/2012 313000 3756000
6. Typist 14 14 8/2012 306075 3672900
7. Driver 14 14 8/2012 306075 3672900
8. Peon 14 14 8/2012 265825 3189900
Total 94 91 8/2012 2420865 29050380
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Budget Estimate - Block Level
Sl.No. Name post/Functionaries No. of posts No. of posts Time linefor fillingupvacancies Salaryhonorarium per month Estimatedbudgetaryrequirement for the Year
Sl.No. Name post/Functionaries Sanctioned In position Time linefor fillingupvacancies Salaryhonorarium per month Estimatedbudgetaryrequirement for the Year
1 CDPO 258 220 10320000 12384000
2 ACDPO 71 4 125750 1509000
3 Supervisors 1292 1198 40058125 480697500
4 Head Accountant 66 56 2190375 26284500
5 Clerk 293 251 6592500 79110000
6 Clerk Typist 56 40 1120000 13440000
7 Typist 105 100 2100000 22500000
8 Driver 168 99 2227500 26730000
9 Peon 316 148 4937500 59250000
Total 2625 2116 60379583 724555000
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Budget EstimateAnganwadi Level
Si.No. Name post/Functionaries No. of posts No. of posts Time linefor fillingupvacancies Salaryhonorariumper month Estimated budgetary requirement for the FY
Si.No. Name post/Functionaries Sanctioned In position Time linefor fillingupvacancies Salaryhonorariumper month Estimated budgetary requirement for the FY
1 Anganwadi Workers 32986 32986 131944000 (32986x 4000) 1583328000
2 Anganwadi Helpers 32986 32986 -- 82465000 (32986x 2500) 98958000
3 Anganwadi mini 129 129 322500 (129x 2500) 3870000
Total 66101 66101 214731500 2576778000
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Empowering Girls
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Type of Supplementary Nutrition
Type offood 6 months to 3 years(items in detail) 3 years in 6 years (items indetail) at 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 330 p.m. P L women (items indetail) at 3 p.m.
Take Home Ration A food mix called Nutrimix containing cereals, pulses, groundnut sugar N.A N.A
Morning snacks -- Ground nuts, banana, biscuit, milk, egg, ragi powderwith jaggery coconut --
Hot cooked meal -- Rice green gram (noon meal) 1. Uppuma with broken wheat, black gram, oil, vegetable etc. 2. Mix of green gram, jaggery coconut 3. Payasam with rice flakes, jaggery coconut 4. Aval mix with rice aval, jaggery, ground nut coconut Uppuma with broken wheat, black gram, oil, vegetable etc. Mix of green gram, jaggery coconut Payasam with rice flakes, jaggery coconut Aval mix with rice aval, jaggery, ground nut coconut
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Per Unit Cost of Supplementary Nutrition
Target Group Unit cost/beneficiary/day (Rs.)
Children 6 months to 6 years Varies from Rs.4.35 to 7.25
Pregnant lactating mothers Varies from Rs.5.35 to 13.25
Severely under nourished children Varies from Rs.8.35 to 13.25
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Quantity of SNP
Category ofbeneficiaries Type of food given Quantity/beneficiary/day Calorie(K cal) Protein(gm)
Children between the age group of 6 months to 3 years THR A food mix called nutrimix 135 gm 500 18.76
Children between the age group of 6 months to 3 years containing cereals, groundnut, and sugar and fortified with micronutrients 135 gm 500 18.76
Children between the age group of 3 years - 6 years Morning snacks 200 ml 134 6.4
Children between the age group of 3 years - 6 years Milk 200 ml 134 6.4
Children between the age group of 3 years - 6 years Banana 1 116 1.2
Children between the age group of 3 years - 6 years Groundnut 10 gm-25 gm 57-142 3-6.5
Children between the age group of 3 years - 6 years Egg 1 103.8 7.9
Children between the age group of 3 years - 6 years Noon feeding 60-80 gm 206.4- 275 5.6-8.6
Children between the age group of 3 years - 6 years Rice green gram 60-80 gm 206.4- 275 5.6-8.6
Children between the age group of 3 years - 6 years General Feeding 115-190 gm 406- 592.7 3.49-19.64
Children between the age group of 3 years - 6 years Uppuma with broken wheat, black gram, coconut oil, vegetables 115-190 gm 406- 592.7 3.49-19.64
Children between the age group of 3 years - 6 years Mix of green gram, jaggery coconut 75gm-165 gm 351.55- 515.8 13-23.4
Children between the age group of 3 years - 6 years Payasam 95gm-125 gm 337.95- 395 3.6- 7.95
Children between the age group of 3 years - 6 years 95gm-125 gm 337.95- 395 3.6- 7.95
Aval mix with jaggery and coconut 150 gm 238.95 4.92
Pregnant women and lactating mothers Uppuma with broken wheat, groundnut, oil, vegetables I50gm-195gm 544.6- 728 15.38- 18.71
Pregnant women and lactating mothers Payasam 190 gm-250gm 675.0- 1022 16.72- 18.6
Pregnant women and lactating mothers Mix of green gram, jaggery coconut 120gm- I 80 gm 553-665 26-27
Pregnant women and lactating mothers Aval, jaggery, coconut, groundnut 200 779 29
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Total and Average Beneficiary Coverage Per AWC as
on 31st March 2012
Total populationsurveyed Total populationsurveyed Coverage Coverage Gap Gap
Children6 months 6 years PW CM Children6 months 6 years PW CM Children6 months 6 years PW CM
28,12,015 4,36,079 10,46,677 2,10,281 17,65,338 2,25,798
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Growth Monitoring/Promotion and Children's
Nutrition Status
No. of SNP Beneficiaries(0 - 6 years) No. of SNP Beneficiaries(0 - 6 years) No. of PSE beneficiaries (3 6 years) No. of PSE beneficiaries (3 6 years) Classification of nutritional status(0 to 6 yrs) Classification of nutritional status(0 to 6 yrs) Classification of nutritional status(0 to 6 yrs)
0-3 years 3-6 years Boys Girls Normal Moderately malnurished Severely malnurished
4,21,540 4,51,171, 2,26,363 2,24,808 11,73,393 4,23,667 14,396
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PERFORMANCE PROBLEMS
  • Project functionaries are unable to meet the
    expectation of stake holders
  • Poor enrolment rate in pre-school
  • Poor coverage of beneficiaries for nutrition and
    health activities
  • Inadequate integration of services
  • Low level of community participation in
    activities
  • Improper implementation of new programmes
  • Ineffective monitoring and evaluation

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Procurement Materials and Equipments
Items No. available in working condition No. to be procured during the year Estimated budgetary requirement (Rs.) Timeline for supply during FY (Tentative date) Means of verification (MPROJCs)
State level and District Level State level and District Level State level and District Level State level and District Level State level and District Level State level and District Level
Computer and printer 8 5 125000 8/2012 UC
Vehicle 2 3 1900000 8/2012 UC
Computer chair 14 14 60000 8/2012 UC
LCD with laptop 0 1 150000 8/2012 UC
Photocopier 0 2 1700000 8/2012 UC
Coffee Vending Machne 0 15 300000 8/2012 UC
Fax Machine 0 15 225000 8/2012 UC
Handy Cam 0 15 195000 8/2012 UC
Color Printer 0 15 150000 8/2012 UC
A/C 0 15 375000 8/2012 UC
TOTAL 5126000
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Project Level
Items No. available in working condition No. to be procured during the year Estimated budgetary requirement (Rs.) Timeline of supply during FY (Tentative date) Means of verification (MPROJCs)
Block Level
Computer and printer 156 263 13150000 8/2012 UC
Vehicle 120 138(hiring) 34500000 8/2012 UC
Computer table and chair 156 263 2630000 8/2012 UC
LCD with laptop 258 258 12900000 8/2012 UC
Photocopier 0 258 25800000 8/2012 UC
Alamarah 489 706 5648000 8/2012 UC
Water purifier 0 300 3000000 8/2012 UC
Coffee Vending Machne 0 258 2580000 8/2012 UC
Fax Machine 70 188 940000 8/2012 UC
Table 815 990 49500000 8/2012 UC
Chair 850 1000 500000 8/2012 UC
Name Board 150 108 324000 8/2012 UC
Cash Chest 148 110 3300000 8/2012 UC
Steel Rack 100 932 1864000 8/2012 UC
Others 0 258 12900000 8/2012 UC
TOTAL 169536000
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Anganwadi Level
Items No. available in working condition No. to be procured during the year Estimated budgetary requirement (Rs.) Timeline of supply during FY (Tentative date) Means of verification (MPROJCs)
AWC level
Alamarah 20,000 13115 65575000 8/2012 UC
Name Board 32,000 1115 2230000 8/2012 UC
Storage container 16500 16615 41537500 8/2012 UC
Adult scale 20,000 13115 13115000 8/2012 UC
Baby scale 24,000 9115 4557500 8/2012 UC
Utensils 30,000 3115 15575000 8/2012 UC
Uniform 33,115 33,115 x 4 26492000 8/2012 UC
Preschool kit 33,115 33,115 33115000 8/2012 UC
Medicine kit 33,115 33,115 19869000 8/2012 UC
Others 33,115 33,115 33115000 8/2012 UC
TOTAL 255181000
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Financial requirements for Training
  • Regular Training - Rs. 402.385 lakhs
  • Other training - Rs. 275 lakhs.
  • Total 2012-13 - Rs. 677.385 lakhs
  • Printing of 52 Theme
  • Charts of 34, 000 Copies - Rs. 15 Crores
  • Printing Training on
  • MIS in ICDS - Rs. 14 Crores

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